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   * [[https://​amzn.to/​2Wdgx5L|Customs of the World: Using Cultural Intelligence to Adapt, Wherever You Are]]. One of "The Great Courses"​ taught by Dr. David Livermore of the Cultural Intelligence Center and available as an audiobook on Audible. Recommended by Ken G.   * [[https://​amzn.to/​2Wdgx5L|Customs of the World: Using Cultural Intelligence to Adapt, Wherever You Are]]. One of "The Great Courses"​ taught by Dr. David Livermore of the Cultural Intelligence Center and available as an audiobook on Audible. Recommended by Ken G.
       * See Ken's [[https://​sendublog.com/​2019/​04/​04/​multi-tasking-is-a-cultural-trait/​|blog post on monochronic vs polychronic cultures]] on the SEND U blog.       * See Ken's [[https://​sendublog.com/​2019/​04/​04/​multi-tasking-is-a-cultural-trait/​|blog post on monochronic vs polychronic cultures]] on the SEND U blog.
-      * The course presents **[[:CQ Cultural Values|10 different dimensions of culture]]:​**+      * The course presents **[[secure:cq_cultural_values|10 different dimensions of culture]]:​**
         - Identity (individualist vs. collectivist)         - Identity (individualist vs. collectivist)
         - Authority (low vs. high power distance)         - Authority (low vs. high power distance)
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